A brief glimpse into the past

GOOOOOOL DO REAL BRASÍLIA 

⚽️ Tarta

Real Brasília 2x0 Sobradinho

GOOOOOOL DO REAL BRASÍLIA ⚽️ Tarta Real Brasília 2x0 Sobradinho



GOOOOOOL DO REAL BRASÍLIA 

⚽️ Wallace  

Real Brasília 1x0 Sobradinho

GOOOOOOL DO REAL BRASÍLIA ⚽️ Wallace Real Brasília 1x0 Sobradinho



😎

Sobradinho x Luziânia - 15h30, Diogão
 
Unaí x Ceilândia - 15h30, Urbano Adjuto

😎 Sobradinho x Luziânia - 15h30, Diogão Unaí x Ceilândia - 15h30, Urbano Adjuto



Bastidores Sobradinho 0 x 5 GAMA - Candangão 2020

Bastidores Sobradinho 0 x 5 GAMA - Candangão 2020



Candangão 2020 - Sobradinho X Luziânia
Candangão 2020 - Sobradinho X Luziânia

CANDANGÃO 2020: Sobradinho X Luziânia no Estádio Augustinho Lima (Sobradinho - DF) (14/03/2020) --- Narração: Victor Gomes (TV Brasília) | Reportagem: ...



Team, Place & City Details

Sobradinho Esporte Clube

Sobradinho Esporte Clube, commonly known as Sobradinho, is a Brazilian football team, based in city of Sobradinho, in the Distrito Federal. They competed in the Série A once, in the Série B four times and in the Série C once.

Sobradinho

Sobradinho may refer to:

Sobradinho Reservoir
Sobradinho Reservoir

The Sobradinho Reservoir is a large reservoir located in Sobradinho, north of the Brazilian state of Bahia. The reservoir measures approximately 320 km (200 mi) long, 4,214 km2 (1,627 sq mi) in surface area, and a storage capacity of 34.1 km3 (8.2 cu mi) at its nominal elevation of 392.5 m (1,287.7 ft), making it the 15th largest reservoir (artificial lake) in the world.

Sobradinho, Federal District
Sobradinho, Federal District

Sobradinho is an administrative region in the Federal District in Brazil. It is the birthplace of Ramon Rodrigues who collided with his own goalkeeper Choirul Huda.

Sobradinho, Rio Grande do Sul
Sobradinho, Rio Grande do Sul

Sobradinho is a municipality in the state of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.

Sobradinho Creek

The Sobradinho Creek is a river of the Federal District in central Brazil.

Sobradinho Dam
Sobradinho Dam

The Sobradinho Dam is a large hydroelectric dam built on the São Francisco River in Sobradinho, in the state of Bahia of Brazil. Completed in 1982, the dam generates power by utilizing six 175 megawatts Francis turbine-generators, totalling the installed capacity to 1,050 megawatts (1,410,000 hp).

Sobradinho, Bahia
Sobradinho, Bahia

Sobradinho is a municipality located in the state of Bahia, in Brazil. It has a population of approximately 23,511 with a land area of 1,238.9 km2 (478.3 sq mi).